RALEIGH, NC — Double voting among Florida and North Carolina (or FLANC) voters appears to be a crime committed equally by both political parties, according to a technical report produced by Voter Integrity Project and released May 21 to Legislators and election officials.

“This report is a brief but dense description of the research led by our Research Director and a team of 22 volunteer researchers spread throughout the state,” said Jay DeLancy, Executive Director of VIP. “It took 16 months and three iterations to achieve the level of quality we needed and the results were outstanding.”

Of the 149 double votes the group reported last month to election officials, there were 38 Republicans, 34 Democrats, 27 Unaffiliated and one Libertarian. Several of whom had voted in multiple elections.

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